Gown made to attend The Swan Princess edition of Gala Nocturna. A mix between a long gown, a ballet costume and a corset, keeping the dance visible by showing the legs.
This outfit is inspired by the fairy tale of mirrors and ice castles, rather than Frozen. And a hint of russian fairytale style.
A basic gown, correct in shape, yet striking in color, making you pop out of the nightgown-like audience of regency events, on a budget.
What shall we do with a dozen of black soutache appliqués, stored for too long? A nice 1900s day outfit. And, of course, a giant matching hat.
A 1890s outfit inspired both by Burton’s work and Crimson Peak. I’ve been also told that the arnivore-plant-like shape and the fishing bates give it a Harry Potter universe look.
This is inspired by two movie costumes: the blue one of Caludia, in Interview with a Vampire, and the final costume of Christine, in love Never Dies musical.
My only attempt at making a costume froma. video game. Come to me, my beautiful sistevs!
This is a bit of McGonagall meets Mina of Bram Stoker’s Dracula with a hint of art déco. And I normally use it to walk around, as an everyday coat.
Soft, frothy and with a hint of personal touch, for the smocking, this was the perfect, comfortable key to start attending XVIII century events for me.
Inspired by russian court gowns, but originally made to match Dracula’s suit when dancing with Mina in her red dress.